In Florida, some residents are trying to deal with the 2022 "Stop Woke Act" that limits classroom discussion of race. And the issue hits home here in Alabama!
They're teaching that missing history through churches, as The Washington Post reports:
"The response since July has been overwhelming. As of this month, more than 260 religious institutions have filled out a pledge to teach Black history. And it isn’t just Black congregations responding: There also are synagogues, Catholic churches and mosques."
"Rev. Ranzer Thomas, amplified it during a Sunday service later that month. In a sermon centered on leaning on faith in times of struggle, he wove in the year-long bus boycott in the mid-1950s in Montgomery, Ala., Bloody Sunday on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., a decade later and the March on Washington in 1963."
The full Washington Post story is HERE.